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The students Rommi Smith worked with at Burntwood School also produced letters and statements that they would have sent to the prime minister of the time, to Olaudah Equiano and other key figures.
How many of you have slaves in your home?
Dear Sir Olaudah Equiano...
Dear Prime Minister Brown...
Dear Saartjie Baartman...
Letter to Saatje Baartman
People of the Parliament. I am here to demonstrate my passion for the rapid abolition of slavery...
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